Sai Vibrionics Newsletter

" Whenever you see a sick person, a dispirited, disconsolate or diseased person, there is your field of seva. " Sri Sathya Sai Baba
Hands Reaching Out

Psoriasis 11632...India

A 52-year-old female got itching and pain in her right big toe and heel in March 2001 and obtained relief with allopathic medication though it was temporary. In 2002, when similar symptoms emerged on the palms and fingers of both hands, the same medication proved ineffective. Since then, she has endured persistent pain, itching, and a burning sensation in her palms, particularly severe upon waking up. Her palms were covered with whitish thick scaly patches; she would rub them against a wall or her bed to relieve the itch, causing the scales to fall off.       

Daily tasks such as washing utensils, and handling salt and tamarind aggravated the burning sensation. Gripping handrails on buses or something similar resulted in minor cuts on her palms and fingers, leading to bleeding. She attempted to mitigate this with gloves but persistent itch posed a challenge. Despite consulting numerous doctors, relief remained elusive. She applied home remedies such as coconut oil and turmeric to manage the symptoms.

In Oct 2019, following a family tragedy, her symptoms worsened, extending to her face. She took previously prescribed medication which led to further complications, causing darkening of skin throughout her body and swelling in her feet. Ayurvedic treatment for two months from Oct 2019 did not help. In Dec 2019 she switched to homoeopathy but discontinued after a month due to increased swelling in her feet. Since then, she had tried various medications prescribed by different doctors but to no avail. Over-the-counter antihistamine provided temporary relief.

On 9 June 2021, a dermatologist revealed psoriatic erythroderma through biopsy and other tests (reports available). After 15 days of prescribed medications, she had relief from all symptoms except those on her palms and fingers. Frustrated with the prolonged treatment (over 7 weeks) and the ensuing expense, she discontinued it on 28 July and again resorted to home remedies. 

On 12 Nov 2022, during a bhajan gathering at the practitioner’s house, she was suggested vibrionics. The patient willingly agreed and was given the following:

#1. CC21.3 Skin allergies + CC21.10 Psoriasis…BD in coconut oil for external application

#2. CC12.4 Autoimmune diseases + #1…TDS

The very next day, to her amazement, there was 80% relief in pain, itching, burning sensation as well as the size of the patches! For the first time in years, she no longer felt the need to scratch her palms. Just three days later on 16 Nov, with utter disbelief, she reported 100% relief and the skin started to become smooth. Though the patches remained visible, they no longer bothered her. She could wash utensils and take head baths without any problem. She felt mild discomfort when clapping hands during bhajans, this disappeared by Feb 2023.

During a followup in Sept, she confirmed no recurrence, but chose to continue the remedies as a precautionary measure. On 1 Apr 2024, she continued to apply #1 at BD and reduced oral remedy #2 to OD. As of 25 Apr, she remains absolutely fine.